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Hitman2513

Member Since 02 Aug 2011
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In Topic: Etha vs G5 vs Mini GS.. go!

11 May 2015 - 03:36 AM

Of those listed the Mini GS, however I still prefer the Ion dump valve platform and I don't like how small the Mini is or it's aesthetic appearance so I have to suggest the GoG eXTCy. In my opinion, the eXTCy has a better board, trigger, ergonomics, and maybe even the barrel for the looks. From the time being when I was a Mini (basic) owner I felt the trigger was absolutely horrible, board was okay but just a tad better than the board you'll see on a DM, the feedneck worked great after applying blue thread locker underneath, the barrel plug was a stupid idea, and I felt it was wrong of Empire to make a completely non serviceable regulator. Before anyone gets on my ass I know the GoG reg requires a set of snap ring pliers which are very uncommon but they're still serviceable and there were many other regs on guns that required snap ring pliers to get into like the hyper 3. The Mini GS will be more efficient, and there's a good on off asa on it, and on the other hand the eXTCy is the spool valve counterpart with a smooth quiet shot, bad air efficiency and a feedneck that requires a tool. they're both good guns I just prefer the Ion platform over the Mini platform for the traditional feel of a paintball gun and the QEV upgrade is practically a godsend for ion owners cutting the dwell time almost in half and making the gun decently efficient.

In Topic: Modding Spyders V/A

09 May 2015 - 03:21 AM

Filing will take a lot longer, I'm gonna try hacksawing it and drilling it for the mounting hole. The whole idea came from stumbling upon a micro Spyder which looked pretty cool lol

In Topic: airsofter here....

05 May 2015 - 01:55 AM

You have to be a total idiot to damage your reg enough for it to snap and still use it when it's clearly damaged.

In Topic: airsofter here....

02 May 2015 - 03:38 PM

Keep in mind that Guerrilla regulators are pretty short and the gauge sticks over the threading a tad bit, they're made for guns with a slightly recessed asa (thing you screw the tank into) so it might not be able to screw into your polarstar thing all the way without a reg extender. Just to be on the safe side of things I suggest a Ninja tank since the length of the regulator doesn't matter and you can last adjust the pressure on it.

In Topic: proto one piece vs dye ultra light one piece..

27 April 2015 - 02:42 AM

Dye UL has like 2 more rows of porting :P